New Delhi: Zurich-based Credit Suisse today appointed former US Ambassador to India David Mulford as its Vice-Chairman International.
Mulford, who will start his role at Credit Suisse with immediate effect, is expected to focus on government as well as corporate clients across the globe, the bank said in statement.
The bank said that Mulford has a long association with Credit Suisse dating back to start of his investment banking career at White, Weld and Company as Head of International Finance. He was responsible for coordinating efforts with its partner, Credit Suisse White Weld on international business.
“David brings to Credit Suisse an unparalleled depth of experience and relationships spanning more than thirty years in investment banking and government service, working around the world in both developed and emerging markets,” Group’s CEO Brady Dougan said.
Mulford had a five-year term as the US Ambassador to India. He has also served the US government as Under Secretary and Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury for International Affairs from 1984 to 1992.